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changes that are necessary in our community are here. if i could have the department heads also please stand. [applause] thank you very much. so we are going to do a quick change. and we would like to present our next keynote speaker. someone that has done a lot of work in the city and county of san francisco. in terms of reentry programs here in all the communities of san francisco. someone that i very much, that is very much a strong advocate around reentry. and the need for reentry services, i would like to welcome chief adult probation officer, wendy steele. [applause] >> a little shorter. thank you very much. it's such a privilege and honor to be here today to talk about this really important subject. adult probation's goal is to break the intergenerational cycle of incarceration. if we do it where we have the greatest risk and opportunity is with this 18-25 transitional age group. adult probation has undergone a transformation over the last three years. we have learned so much, and diag gasone. and the greater partners and others who put this forum together. it's really important
it's kind-of surprising how quickly that has changed and clearly we are in different times not having to deal with this fiscal crisis that we have dealt with what does that give you the freedom do and what to focus on that might have been on the back burner with the emergency? [inaudible] first shot >>> so, i'm very caution to say it took a lot of hard work, i remember the day we walked into the office to a 40 million deficit we had to renegotiate our contract and peenings for the first time and pension that happens an issue in california were part of the state system and still not ready for the shake-out on the development and so, i'll like to think it's -- [inaudible/incomprehensible] level and i think that what it gibbs you time do is to start working on some of these dreams and really give development opportunities and that is what it's like despite the evidence -- the general fund and in our economic outlet team and that we -- [inaudible] and working and -- of that and i know -- and i worked on chinese investments because we are looking at capital investment and is for the amaz
, and it is discuss and possible action regarding file number 1 21065, legislation changing the planning code to create the polk street alcohol use and tobacco paraphernalia restrictions. and to discuss that, supervisor chiu's office. >> good evening, commissioners. >> thank you so much for allowing me the opportunity to come here and talk to you about our legislation, my name is any, chan i am a david khao*u. >> the lower polk street corridor which is in the supervisor's district spans from fer elstreet to polk street and it has a lot of great night life, but we have heard that have been quality of life issues in the corridor because of a saturation of liquor, establishments and in this section of lower polk street. the planning department has provided us data about exactly how many liquor licenses exist in this span of 6th streets and the side streets, there are about 45 existing alcohol permits in the 6-block region. and if we also include middle polk street. which goes up to fillbert street and we are laobing at a total of 121 liquor licenses. and so we do what we have heard from the neig
that will come back, to us there is some changing in the size and i think we'll have to approve that. i'm, of course, on that and i'll have more comments as to the settlement when it comes before us. i've been working for 2 to 3 months with the tenants in two different forms at the address of 3974. the upper portion is being coupled by the tenants. i've had agreement on the impact i think it seems to be mitigating the business stress there are issues that have to be worked out separately from the impact but there's going to be a look back on this particular project and i'm happy to see the progress that is being made by the restaurants to mitigate any compacts in my opinion and i'll continue to work with it >> thank you commissioner. >> as a followup to commissioner moore's parking newsletter i think in the latest issue because los angeles this is a article in there but it might behove the department to take a look at it and see if the rules are different than ourselves just to take into account to what's the term state of art? make a incision to staff to look into that. >> thank yo
all are that i understand people don't want to see change in their neighborhood but we have to grow. thanks >> i'm going to follow the commissioners comments. how carefully we all look at this project i received and read ail your e-mails and went out to the site myself and walked the muddy road. and i think you'll all agree you're lucky to live there. as i realized this center piece was designed for a few more people to be lucky to live there. as far as traffic i'm sure you'll all been to the hills of berkeley some of the ideas - my only real concern is i'm happy that the architect brought up was the help from the far distance from the city is how this will look in the hillside. i was very pleased that the architect picked up on camouflaging to some degree and using all nature colors. so i'm supportive and i'll let the commissioner add his comments >> i agree with most of the comments from the other commissioners. i have one quick comment for staff. on most of the maps this development curves around and there's an indication of a roadway that goes down to a the court will tell you
. national outrage. national outpouring of grief. and ultimately, no change in public policy. colorado has, meanwhile, become this very illuminating lens through which to view what is going on in our country now on this subject because colorado will always be the home of columbine. and colorado will always be the home of aurora. but columbine and aurora were not enough to change anything in colorado when it comes to policy. nothing happened. and that seemed to prove that nothing could happen, even in the face of the worst kind of gun violence. but today in colorado something began to happen, in a big way. and it reflects two changes. the first change it reflects is newtown. each horrible gun massacre we go through as a country feels like it's going to be the one that we go through as a country that will galvanize us to demand some kind of change. it's always impossible to imagine that anything could be worse. and with newtown, maybe this actually is going to be the one that we cannot imagine anything worse. and it really does change us. newtown has happened since. but also, a much more ped
in venezuela and they're asking that in washington tonight. do relations with america change? >> it was a surprise to hear jesse jackson praying and then he asked got to build bridges between the states and venezuela. the states are the only ones who pay cash for 3,000 barrels. the others are interchanged with china, russia and places in the caribbean. there's a hate and love relation. whenever it's going to be better then the government says that the yankees cater to chavez and they fire our assistant to chavez here. but i think his successor must be more conciliatory. i think the surprise was jesse jackson and maybe he was surprised that someone asked for better relations with the states. they were helping a lot on establishing relations. >> you mentioned the oil and, of course, america is the biggest importer of venezuelan oil. it has to have good relations with this country but it is looking for an alternative to this system of government. do you think now the opposition in venezuela could have success? >> it would be very difficult. the emotion on chavez, the sentiment a
lost public trust very early on because we would quote numbers and then the numbers would change and then the more they changed, and if you're the speaking head, you lose public trust. in that event we had a great wealth of scientific support that brought in to give you situational awareness. and my requirement as the on scene commander is how do i get this into the social media? and, so, in this case noaa had a product called the emergency management response application which was very nascent. i told dp, i need everything to get this live within 72 hours. they came up with $200 million and it went live. if i had to bid that through, you know, through our channels, i might see it five years from today. but now we've run the slide. and on the first day that irma was in social media, we had 250,000 hits. on the second day it was over 3 million. and people could actually navigate through this tool. and what i was saying, they could validate using gps encrypted photographs where the response was. but it helped close that public trust gap and that's really where being able to move as
and it is also part of of this. how did the portal correct change that? wire businesses reacting in this way? welcome i think it's helpful to step back and talk about the primary goals. so how is that new number of 32 million uninsured americans when it comes to the system? one is the much talked about individual mandate. every individual in this country with some exception, in 2014, has to purchase health coverage of some sort or they could face a tax penalty. number two, you have heard a lot about the health insurance changes in market places, these were provisions set up in the law for states to step in and establish what is called these exchanges and the place where individuals can go and purchase coverage. for lower income individuals, you have heard like subsidies and credits are important. through these individual exchanges from the federal government will do tax credits and subsidies. primarily for lower income americans for coverage all of this is linked together. you may be able to go to exchanges and get credit for subsidies to do this. all of these provisions are linked together.
larger audience. we've made changes to our proposal and we added a supports court and a request for more parking. which we went ahead and are requesting two to 1 parking 68. i grew with the neighborhoods and it's skater of public transportation i hope you'll support this request. we found people who like family sized homes are welcome in this area. we would like the endorsements to win over a lot of people's support. there is opposition to any feasible development and the fact is when i bought this property we knew that was the case and we've made every effort to reach out. we've approached the neighborhoods with the suggestion as a larger part of the agreement we want to provide pedestrian street lighting and also traffic coming issues like installing mirrors to help benefit everyone in the immediate neighborhood. we've had two separate meetings but today we've had no interest in some collaboration but i remain open. such perception of all the neighbors that we have spoken to privately that have expressed their opinion and there are a number of unfounded resumes about our project wild t
60-second the idea to change the world? it sounds like it is get to the right gear. >> yeah. if you can just get the right gear, you can -- change the world? >> not change it in 60 seconds. >> i don't know. >> say how to change it. >> i don't know. >> for the better. >> just connect. just connect. >> all right. you have 54 seconds left. >> fluffy leggings. >> all right. let's have a big round of applause for larry. [applause] and this meeting of the commonwealth club is officially adjourned. [applause]
, climate change and the economy during his final two years in office according to congressional democrats, strategists and others familiar with obama's thinking, but has that strategist already started to back fire. let's ask columnist and deputy editor dan henninger. assistant editorial page editor james freeman and kim strassel. thank you for letting me be here. and dan, the new charm offensive the president employed this week, do you believe it? >> i believe it's real although i believe it's a very difficult strategy, david. on the one hand he has been trying to marginalize the republicans and show that they are incapable of governing and therefore, the american people should be be against him and for his people. in the past week his approval dropped from 53 to 47%, a pretty big drop in one week. he would have to pick up 17 seats in the house to take control of the house, that would be unprecedented going back through the entire 20th century. bill clinton picked up five seats, but his approval rating was 65%. in 193 franklin roosevelt with approval rating of 60% lost 72 seats in the ho
-- (indiscernible) someone who is debating -- (indiscernible) find a way to change the mind of people. (indiscernible) help to make that change. we heard from our supervisor david chiu, we spend more than 20 million dollars every year erasing graffiti. peoples property, huge amounts of money. (indiscernible) beautiful landscape, beautiful programs. we do have a huge -- ahead of us. i am looking forward to hearing the many ideas that will be coming out of a conference today. we have experts from law enforcement. we have experts from committed to groups. we have people from all around the country, all around the world that will be here to share many of those ideas. i know at the end of the conference everyone will leave feeling more empowered. you will learn ideas that you can go back and share in your communities. also today we will be having a press conference at around 11:30 also. and the press conference is i think one that will focus on many of the areas that we struggle. in san francisco we struggle a lot in the courthouses in terms of how to deal with vandals. sometimes in man
not last. that's why goldman sachs economist says the federal reserve is unlikely to change its easing monetary policy from this report alone. >> the question i think is more how many times months do you have to see to be convinced that is the underlying trend of job growth. if you have a long period at this kind of pace of course they would make some changes but really how sustainable is it and how are we going to be looking at this three or six months down the road. >> reporter: there were gains in construction and moving jobs, the service sectorith etail educion and health care leading the way added 179,000 jobs, but government employment dropped by 10,000, that could be a sign of things to come as the sequester spending cuts hit. overall, it's the third month in a row that job gains were above 200,000, but it brought back memories of last year when strong wintertime hiring only brought about a springtime swoon. for "nightly business report," steve liesman. >> that surprisingly good news about jobs is good news for all of us but is the turnaround taking place fast enough? i spoke wi
smartphones have no security features at all, and that is something companies in hanover would like to change. >> this smartphone is secure. it's providers say highly secure. this special card in crypts its communication using a code that no one has been able to crack so far. until now, two devices were always needed to protect speech and data, but this new level of security has a price. >> the whole solution costs to thousand 500 euros, including the telephone and microsd card. >> the i.t. security industry will never be short of work. it is a marathon race between cyber criminals and those who pursue them. the financial stakes are enormous. the german government is said to have reserved 10,000 of these >> the canals being close to large vessels. battle last year, almost 30,000 ships pass through it. three of the 400-year-old locks are out of order. >> there will be times when the canal has to shut down, and that will not change in the future. what we can do is look for ways of responding to the situation more quickly or of finding faster ways of getting the canal open when we do have to shu
changing -- striking out tier b and putting back a for the affordable housing requirement. so, that is the one amendment that i want to introduce today. and i want to give a special shout out to angelica cabanda, fernando and [speaker not understood] who actually worked with us and brought this idea to us and we were able to run the numbers and get some consensus throughout the community on this. mr. cory teague. >> just want to be clear. the amendment last week was to increase the residential impact fee tier up to tier 2 or essentially remove the reference to tier 1 which would revert it back to tier 2 and decrease the affordability from tier b to tier a. i want to -- yeah, i want to clarify. i think you're saying -- >> tier c. >> -- is to move back to tier b where its was originally, or are you wanting to go higher? tier b is what was originally exposed in the western soma plan with the residential impact fees bound to tier 1. >> okay. >> so, i'm not sure -- >> thank you for that clarification. >> i wasn't sure if you were poi posing to keep tier b and pull the residential i
in downtown walnut creek making changes in how they serve patrons. >> a new police substation is up and running in a part of san francisco that's known for increased violence. and a gun buyback event today in a bay area city known for gun violence. we'll have a live report. >> hello everybody. welcome to kron 4 news weekend. i'm ysabel duron >> i'm marty gonzalez we'll get to the news in a moment. but first, let's get a quick check of your forecast with janu. when good morning marty. we are taking alar to look outside the golden gate bridge. a beautiful start to the weekend, up plenty of sunshine and we're expecting sunshine this afternoon with warming temperatures. clear and cool during the overnight hours. it is chilly in the north this morning. 36 degrees in santa rosa and 38 degrees in napa. low '40's for the eastern shore. 46 degrees currently in san jose. 66 degrees today in los gatos 68 in oakland. a little chillier along the coast and the peninsula. we will season '70s and the north bay. 70 in santa rosa and napa. we will continue to feel the warming trend and look at the ex
. another example. another effect of -- global effect. because of the change of the mass of the earth, because it moves so it change slightly the configuration, it has an effect in the axis rotation of the globe. it moved 8 centimeters north pole to the east and that means rotation increased 1.26 millions of seconds so you work less because of chili right now, but it's an impact you have to take into account that happened because of that earthquake. here i can show you a set of photographs of the destruction in the coastal villages, most of them was because of the tsunami. the waves came in there and destroy everything. it goes about 300 meters inland, so nothing was safe. in the port activities, the containers, it's impressive derelict, you have it take that into account in places where you put containers in there because it was a big problem. and infrastructure also have some things was destroyed. bridges, airport. that's in santiago, absolutely far away from where the epicenter was. in terms of people who was meeting close to 500 people, 150 was because of the tsunami, 350 becau
they hear music that they do not like and cannot change it. it is high on the list of most noxious stimulate. we find a subversive, the amygdala kicks in, and it makes you want to run and scream. like the 20th time you heard that brittany -- britney spears song. >> you talked about going from a more intuitive style to more analytical, conscious. was that intuitive on its own? could you flesh that out a little bit? >> i think that was a bit of necessity. i was asked to put together a collection of my transcriptions in 1990. it was the first time that i had to sit down and transcribe all my music. until then, i had done it in my head. i learned things so fundamental that i did not know i was doing. sometimes i did not realize that there were extra beats, i would change the meter for two bars. in that process, i learned a lot. also, of teaching. when you start to teach, you have to think about what you're doing so you can explain it to somebody else in a meaningful way. i think it was that process of having to write and transcribe music that made me aware that you can analyze something, to bene
, however, of the vatican's traditional reluctance to change. >> ideas that challenge the norm are considered an attack on the church and its teachings usually. this is not an attack. it is just about thinking differently. >> that way of thinking was harshly criticized by the pope during his visits to spain. the spanish government's implementation of sweeping reforms to civil society has been a major source of irritation to the vatican. in 2005, spain became the third country in europe to allow homosexuals to marry and adopt children, a development that jesus is particularly proud of. as a gay man and devout catholic, the words of the pope were deeply hurtful. >> we are people who have rights, and we have to insist on them. we do not need the pope preaching to us in spain about our decisions. >> there are two sides to contemporary spain -- liberal and conservative. the latter includes a special on of the catholic church founded in madrid in the 1920's -- special arm of the catholic church. it has substantial influence at the many schools that its members run. the statements of
there is a pull-back. but there are a lot of hurdles to make any significant changes beyond this. gwen: i'm curious though about this revenue issue because in some ways, one of the things that john boehner, the house speaker came out and said that it's off the table that there would be anymore revenue. from the short run he's right. >> it certainly looks that way. but what's intriguing that the administration's response is let's not try to move around the immovable object of speaker baner or the senate minority leader mitch mcconnell who is dead set against that. that's why you set the outreach to paul ryan, the chairman of the budget committee perhaps in hopes of maybe doing an in-run around the leadership. gwen: does what happen in washington matter when it comes to wall street or when it comes to these job numbers? is washington action or inaction driving the markets at all or depressing them? >> oh, absolutely. i would say that the main reason that the stock market has had such a good strong start to the year is because washington didn't tank the economy of doing a variety of silly th
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of change in washington. the old guard of the republican party seems to have lost its authority and maybe its mind. now the young guns in the party are taking center stage. who are these new stars? we're going to fill in the blanks just ahead. please don't forget free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity. it is business, not the government or the federal reserve that ultimately creates those jobs. i'm kudlow. we'll be right back. ♪ than the sun ♪ tonight carfirmation. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >>> so there's a new group of leaders emerging f
originally fought against the idea, but kpix 5 lynn ramirez found one man who has had a change of heart. >> reporter: he's ahead of the curve when it comes to san jose's new minimum wage law. >> we ended it rolling out in december instead of waiting all the way to march to do it. >> reporter: and the owner chuck hammer says a funny thing happened when he boosted prices and raised pay. workers became happier and more productive. >> it makes a big difference when you wake up in the morning and check your account and you can be able to pay for everything that you need. >> reporter: and customers barely noticed the 25-cent increase on slices. >> we've had a couple of customers notice, but when they find out it's all going to the employees, they like our employees, our employees are happy. so it's all worked out fine. >> reporter: that's not how it all started out. the voter-approved initiative which raises the minimum wage in san jose from $8 an hour to $10 was fought by business groups, including the san jose chamber of commerce. >> i've heard more compl
growth. if you have a long period at this kind of pace of course they would make some changes but really how sustainable is it and how are we going to be looking at this three or six months down the road. >> reporter: there were gains in construction and moving jobs, the service sector with retail education and health care leading the way added 179,000 jobs, but government employment dropped by 10,000, that could be a sign of things to come as the sequester spending cuts hit. overall, it's the third month in a row that job gains were above 200,000, but it brought back memories of last year when strong wintertime hiring only brought about a springtime swoon. for "nightly business report," steve liesman. >> that surprisingly good news about jobs is good news for all of us but is the turnaround taking place fast enough? i spoke with the chairman of the president's council of economic individualsers, alan krueger, about what more needs to happen. >> i think today's report and other indicators that have been coming in on unemployment insurance claims and car sales suggest that the
, concerning seismic standards and making conforming changes; making environmental findings; making findings pursuant to california health and safety code, section 17958.5; and directing the clerk of the board to forward this legislation to the california building standards commission. >> okay. president chiu is the sponsor of the legislation. >> thank you, mr. chair. this is pretty simple legislation that would amend our city's building code to require that higher levels of building repair retrofit would be required if there is significant and disproportionate damage caused by relatively small earthquake. these code changes were recommended by the committee action plan for seismic safety otherwise known as caps and have been supported by the building inspection commission and the advisory committee. i know there are a number of staffers from dbi who are prepared to talk about it. colleagues, if folks have questions, but let me ask, does dbi or does anyone from the city side want to make a brief explanation of why we're here? >> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you, president chiu. my name
's the future? >> i was moderate on social issues. >> you haven't changed on that front. >> i haven't changed at all. i've become more moderate. >> isn't that likely -- if republican party stands a chance to win -- >> you want to know what i think? >> what does he think? you'll have to tune in. "cnn saturday morning" continues now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. we start this morning with good news for the northeast. good news. you know that violent winter storm, it's moving out into the atlantic. but not before causing all kinds of problems for residents who already have seen lots of snow this year. the late winter storm dumped more than a few headaches on parts of new england but it wasn't just snow. look at this. a house blown off its foundation on massachusetts plum island. high tide brought extremely high waves to the coastline and that caused flooding. this cnn ireport was sent to us from nantucket island. >> we're here two hours after high tide. again, all of lower easy street is flooded. >> to the north the story was snow. lo
. in the area of national security, the threats to israel's existence continue, but they have changed as the world and the region have changed over the last decade. the arab spring, at once full of both hope and uncertainty, has required israel and the united states to reassess old and settled relationships. iran's dangerous nuclear weapons program and its continued support of terrorist organizations like hezbollah and hamas not only endanger israel but endanger the world. [applause} attempts of much of the world to isolate and delegitimize the state of israel are increasingly common and taken as the norm in other parts of the world. all these pressures are similar but different and they've put enormous pressure on the state of israel. we understand that and we especially understand that if we make a mistake, it is not a threat to our existence, but if israel makes a mistake, it could be a threat to its very existence. [applause] that is why from the moment the president took office, he has acted swiftly and decisively to make clear to the whole world and to israel that even as circum
the election was a fait accompli, you would think the incentive would change because the next person up for re-election if you're a republican member of congress is you. it's not president obama. he's done having elections. you're the next one up, so you would think talking up improvement in the economy and your participation would be a good idea, but they're still not doing it. i think part of it is the incentive structure, the republican party is now so weighted on the side of constantly being against barack obama, whatever he's for, you're against. whatever is good for him is bad for you, bad for the country. if that incentive structure hasn't changed enough for the republicans to get the memo that maybe it would be good politics for them to start saying the economy is getting better. the other reason is they agreed to raise taxes in january. that was a painful thing to do and they'd -- >> for the top 1%. >> barely. exactly. just a minor, and we also raised taxes on everybody with that payroll tax -- >> nobody argues about that, unfortunately. we should have a whole show on that baby. >> th
? >> that is good news. >> you know, the sequester has happened. >> how does that change the equation? the dire predictions that we have heard regarding the sequester? >> we need to do everything we can to avoid self-inflicting wounds. >> people are finally optimistic. >> but it has to be based on common sense. >> i would like to say that common sense has come out of the closet. >> bill clinton calls for an end to doma. >> former president bill clinton is having a change of heart and urging the supreme court to do the same. >> clinton made doma the law of the land, clearly he was not proud to do. it was done under the cover of darkness. >> i believe that doma is unconstitutional. >> we learned from history. >> i know it is unconstitutional. >> we learn from history. >> this is a discriminatory law. >> this is a civil rights battle that is very nearly won. >> we learned today that the economy added 236,000 jobs in february. and the unemployment rate is down to 7.7%. the lowest since 2008. and all of that is very good news. now, sometimes these jobs reports, it can be sort of good news at the top
minutes we want to get your thoughts on these changes on what you can bring on board. perhaps you agree or disagree or you think other things should be brought on board as well. here is your chance to weigh in. the tsa allowing small mice and golf clubs and the likes being allowed on air plaplanes. if you want to reach out on our social media platforms -- tsa has a website that will allow you to see what you will be able to bring on board when these rules go into affect in april. it gives you a visual of the things you can bring. you cannot bring anything with a fixed blade. the blade can not be wider than a half inch. it cannot lock. there are some other examples as well. these are the things that are now qualified as far as what you can bring on board. aside from the small knives there are some other things you can bring on. they are also allowing things like golf clubs, ski poles, lacrosse sticks, hockey sticks, and the like. the cause of the category of sports equipment. we have new worlds for knives, new rules for sports equipment. these changes are set to go into effect in april.
issues. >> you haven't changed much on that front. >> if anything, i've become more moderate. >> if a republican party stands a chance to win -- >> you want to know what i think? >> we do. don't miss my interview with him. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. i use bounce outdoor fresh sheets because they're just that much fresher and they help keep static off in the cold so my clothes will never embarrass me. mommy, i dressed the snowman! how do you get your bounce? less static year-round. >>> the dow ask hitting new record highs, and some things are looking good. lest we forget, though, we have a serious fiscal problem in this country. we're one week into the so called sequester, the forced spending cuts because your elected leaders couldn't come up with a better, smarter way to shrink our debt. tuesday, paul ry
-complying plans and for dbi and planning to conduct research on the change of use. and i think we will start with the permit holder to give us an update. mr. marzotto, you'll have three minutes to give an update. >>> i think it's for the benefit of everybody, this project has been going on for almost a year and three months. my client ran out of money and i would rather revoke the permit and go back to the original coffee shop which has been there since '85. so, we would rather stay with the coffee shop and walk away from loss. i take a loss and walk away. >> okay. thank you. >>> thank you. >> we can hear from the appellants. >>> good evening, president hwang and commissioners. richard and mary winer. we appreciate candor and ask the commission to grant the appeal and revoke permit. to that end we submitted proposed findings for your consideration and we feel that's the appropriate substitute at this point. my client may wish to say a few words. thank you. >>> good evening. my name is richard winer. my wife and i live next door to the subject property. we've been there for 27 years. first of
we go from here. (applause) >> we change policy of the city. we change policy, and we start to be progressive, truly progressive about the policies we push to make african americans feel welcomed in this city. so, where do we go from here? we start to make aggressive efforts to educate our young people. we take ownership of our community. we take ownership of our children. we support each other instead of pointing the finger. where do we go from here? (applause) >> there is much work to do. as supervisor cohen and i cannot do it alone, we need your support. we need your encouragement. so, as we celebrate black history month, we need to reflect and understand and appreciate our history. it is a rich history, one that has made san francisco a great city. it is our time to shape the course of history as we speak by making a change in our great city. so, i'm going to be looking to you all in this audience to be advocates, to be supporters. where do we go from here? our time is now to change the course of history in san francisco. thank you all so much. [cheering and applauding]
of townbut, local merchants are hoping the new sub station and the 24 officers who work here will help change that. suphi helim has owned this store on sixth street for the last 30 years and has seen it all. a lot of drug dealing, a lot of crime, a lot of stabbing, a lot of shop lifting, a lot of pick pocketing. suphi says he has noticed the increase in police since the station opened up on thursday. adel awadella just opened his pizza shop on sixth street and couldn't be happier with the sub station. yeah, they are walking around all over.daytime, i see them walking around back and fourth all over and there was a robbery here today and they were all over it. most people are happy with the station being in the neighborhood. >> do you feel safer knowing that the cops are right across the street? >> it's more safe but i wish they were open 24 hours. they're not. >> reporter: that seems to be the biggest complaint. people say it's great to have the station here, and they have noticed a difference already but the station closes at 10:30 at night. the merchants in the area are hoping the hours wi
and change of clothes to change his offender status from prisoner to parolee. >> regardless of how well or bad your life is going, you have to report as required. we are going to come to your home. >> okay. >> and if we believe there's a reason to look around, we're going to ask to look around. you can't have weapons. possession of a firearm is a federal offense. because you're a convicted felon. you should always come to the office, ready to give a urine. >> okay. >> frank will face random drug testing as part of his parole. any positive urine test, frank could be sent right back to usp. >> i smoked marijuana. my distribution was for mushrooms. every time i get out, i end up getting high again. i hope this is different. i'm scared, though. >> frank's 30 years old. that's where offenders are usually on the cuffs. where they'll start aging out, they'll slow down and will start making responsible decisions. you'll hear a lot, i'm too old for this. i'm too tired for this. >> so if you're not hanging out with the bad guys, if you're not using drugs, if you're employed -- >> it shouldn'
to young teens or tweens cross a line? >>> big changes coming to "the view." there's speculation that another of the hosts is on the way out days after joy behar announced she's getting set to leave. we'll get into all of that intrigue. >>> in afghanistan, a suicide bomber attacking in kabul as defense secretary chuck hagel's in the middle of a trip there. we have more from kabul. mike, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carl. how are you? yeah, terrible day of violence here in afghanistan. one suicide attack in the eastern city that was aimed at a joint patrol, nine civilians killed, though. eight of them children, the other one, as you mentioned, here in central kabul. an afghan official saying it was a lone bicycle-riding suicide bomber who set off his charge 30 yards to the main entrance of the afghanistan began defense ministry. the blast could be heard for miles, even at the building where secretary hagel was in a briefing. the briefing continued uninterrupted as did the itinerary that took him to bagram air base and jalalabad. today is a big day. he will visit in kab
and now that we're there have the media changed their tune on exaggeration and hysteria. hugo chavez's rule over venezuela ends. a chance to honor the man of the people dismissing the dark side. >> senator rand paul makes a stand on capitol hill delivering an old-fashioned filibuster demanding the white house come clean on drone strikes. did the media back him or bash him. ann romney speaks her mind the first time since the election, pointing out the failure of the mess for not giving her man fair treatment. how do you think the media react today that. and the verdict is in, who the best debate moderator was. >> judy miller, editor of the national review, rich lawrie. jim pinkerton contributing editor the american conservative magazine and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> these cuts are not smart, they'll hurt our economy and cost us jobs. and congress can turn them off at any time, as soon as both sides are willing to compromise. it's unnecessary. and in a time when too many of ours friends and neighbors are still looking f
's very easy to do. >> eric, we talked about this last time. until the system changes, process changes, until there is term limits where. >> i agree with. >> you otherwise, they are working on their next vote. they have to bring something to the table and until that is gone we're going to have pretty tsa uniforms. >> if you look at the voting records in congress, up 93% and i was 50/50, i agree with you. you have to look at the members and see what they are doing. bottom line, making cuts is tough to do but it's a necessity >> we've had a tax raise. at the end. year, president obama got a trillion dollar hike in the taxes that measures pay. where would you cut? >> i would get out of iraq. >> eric: we are out of iraq. give me meaningful cuts. >> we those are in the bill yows and porno scanners. with the tsa why did we get the corporate contracted and scanning doesn't work. there are all kinds of places to cut. >> instead of cutting the scanners at tsa. why not go back to the private security force. >> do you remember 2011, really great idea. >> eric: great discussion. we'll leave it the
november and hasn't had luck finding a job. his luck changed yesterday. he checked numbers after hearing someone in walnut creek hit the jackpot. >> i checked again and again. and i thought i'm -- i'm just dreaming. i -- removed my eye glasses and... rubbed my eyes again and again. really? maybe 10 times? that is the one that. is it. >> those are the numbers. they didn't linger in sacramento today they had to be back because homera had a client coming in at the hair salon. she plans to keep her job. coming up at 5:00 what will a package of pumpkin seeds played in this dream come true. >> they seem nice and fun. good for them. >> problems are solved. you won't have to wait if you've been holding out for the newest black berry to go on sale. >> and emily chang is here with this afternoon's after the bell report. hi, emily. >> good afternoon. the annual south by southwest festival kicks off today. also known as spring break for geeks. this year, tesla and former president al gore and basketball star, shaquille o'neal scheduled to appear. a new documentary about sean fanning and sean parker
changed, the fear is now gone, and while her end was horrendous, her case is impacter strength to all women to fight and to improve the system. women both in india and the rest of the world refused to be stigmatized and will not keep silent anymore. this incident has opened their minds and empowered them. 16 they are no longer scared of what anyone will say. i would like to invite fartuun adan to speak on behalf of all of those we have honored here today. [applause] >> thank you very much. i have a speech but i don't think i can read it. i am not going to read it. i am too nervous sitting beside michelle. [laughter] i would never expect this when working in somalia. i never thought someone is going to see the work you are doing in somalia, but that is what happened and i really appreciate it. first lady, i honestly do not know what to say. thank you. also, i would like to talk about on behalf of the women, these really shall really fabulous women, and the work we do. it doesn't matter where we live, it is always the same. as a woman, we share one work, we are always quiet. we don't ta
rules are. cnn's mary snow has more. >> reporter: it's complicated. lattes won't change because they have milk. large coffees with sugar is another story. at least one coffee chain is bracing its customers and we found many who were surprised to find out the breath of the city ban. along with that cup of coffee, a side order of new rules. dunkin' donuts is handing out flyers to new york city customers on how new regulations spills over into its coffee business. it's part of the ban on supersize ed sugary drinks that goes into effect on tuesday. to comply, dunkin' donuts will no longer approximate you the sugar in coffee over 16 ounces. you'll have to do it yourself. >> i'm surprised. i thought it was soda and iced teas. i didn't even know this was coffee until now. >> it's annoying. i believe it's unnecessary. there are so many other things to worry about in this city. >> reporter: the city isn't banning restaurants from putting sugar in coffee. the department of health says the limit for baristas is four pacts of sugar for 20 ounces and customers themselves can add as much suga
that companies in order to see this change, this less than 20% get to 50 and beyond, you have to get the women on the corporate boards, because the women who are moving up needed a voe kates and sponsors and individuals to provide them access and opportunity, and if the boardroom is full of men, we are never going to reach the tipping point the make this different. >> colling at this, a in ing -- like my feminism a little more structure, and all power to sheryl sandberg, but her theory of change is trickle down feminism, because you will see more women because of women in leadership position, but i am not sure that is the case. i think that we need women in leadership and media corporate leadership and you are the first woman of color running your own political show on a network, right? and we don't have many women in media, and that might change through representation, but on the other hand, we have the examples of margaret thatcher and indira gandhi, and i think that you need more women at the table, but you need to change the table. the ongoing discussion of whether you are just entering a
is suggesting one to 50 on thursday, friday, saturday. >> i mean, based unless it changes and the type of parties and we are not having these issues, 1:50 at this point, i think for me it is reasonable and it is not a big place but then there is an upstairs and down stairs you do need a number of certain people to handle this kind of space with this kind of event. >> okay. >> i like that idea of changing a little bit but i also like the idea of possibly coming back and do it in another six months to talk about this again. >> okay, any other questions for officers moore? >> thank you. >> i am opening up the floor to public comment, to recondition to amend the conditions of the permit of neck of the woods, 406 clement street. >> my name is stefhano, castalato and our firm is working closely with choy and the police department, this operator was under close scrutiny and from the entertainment commission. they got in trouble when they had poor communication and now the communication lines are excellent. they got in trouble when they hired outside promoters and now they do their internal pr
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